Dual screen flip vkworld T2 Plus now available for only $199.99


vkworld T2 Plus

Rise of the popularity for the flip phones recently is a real thing and the demand is certainly there. This made for example Samsung release their own W2018 model, an extremely expensive phone that costs about $3000. Luckily you can find some cheaper options too, like the very interesting vkworld T2 Plus currently available on Banggood with limited stock for just $199.99.

vkworld T2 Plus features 2 IPS displays with 1280*768 pixel resolution, same as Blackberry P9982. You can use the phone like normal smartphone and you can also use the keyboard to control the operations. The body of the phone is built with metal fabric materials and the back cover is made of genuine leather. Hardware specs include 3G RAM+32G ROM, MT6737 chipset, 13MP+5MP camera, 2000mAh removable battery and Android 7.0 with GMS certification.

And to celebrate the opening of the official vkworld store on Aliexpress. there will be several promotion offers for phone models. Firstly, the IP68 rugged phone Stone V3 is now only $19.97 available on Aliexpress, meaning its lowest price ever. It can support 3 SIM standby and can serve as a power bank to charge other device.

Or the good looking vkworld S8 with 5500 mAh battery is now only $164.99 with limited supply available here. It features 4G RAM+64G ROM, MT6750T chipset, 5.99’’ FHD+ in-cell display 16MP dual camera, and also the latest face recognition system.

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1 Comment

  1. Guest
    March 20, 2018

    I disagree, Lai. Flip phones have been a niche market for the last 3-5 years with your main choices being a feature phone and you have a “big” choice of android flip phones which consists of a Samsung flip phone for an outlandish $1500 and more, a cheaper Galaxy Folder which is Samsung’s way of compromising everything but the form factor, a Gionee which is actually well built and has a “useable” camera, but would be stuck on the same android version till the end of time, an old Lenovo (I think the model is called A588T or something like that) which is… well… too old.
    Oh, I forgot to mention the ZTE Cymbal which has a Snapdragon 210 that’s good for… making calls. And there are a few variations of this Cymbal, but all of them have a TN panel, so the colors look wonky when you view it from a side.
    I probably missed some of the older models and flip phones exclusive to Japan, but you get the idea of how “popular” flip phones are, especially android flip phones.
    Considering the specs of this vkworld phone and it’s price, I don’t think people are likely to buy it over a Samsung because they’ll just end up with a low-quality phone which costs no more than $150 (That’s how much they used to sell these for on Taobao) and will never get any updates or even bug fixes.